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Ross Brawn says Mercedes has to deliver after signing Lewis Hamilton to partner Nico Rosberg

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jose - Unregistered

September 29, 2012 4:47 AM

Ross..all you need is to provide a competitive car.
the WDC is yours..No driver today can out pace Lewis Hamilton
Every Barking 'Dog' on this forum knows just that!!
The way it is

Old Jose

wanadoit - Unregistered

September 29, 2012 10:08 AM

Hey taipan and Richard, it's as if you are siamese twins...take a few happy pills. Firstly, Mr Brawn has just signed a Championship winning driver, now he knows he has to get this not so competitive nor consistent car of his onto the first two rows of the grid. He's been there before he has the money, don't knock him he knows what he has to do, and "if" he succeeds you two need to be the first to man up...but judging by your comments, that's beyond the both of you...

wheeltowheel - Unregistered

September 29, 2012 11:11 AM

George Zaidan and Dean
Get your facts straight. It is precisely because of the first rate management skills of Ross Brawn that all those Drivers and Constructors championships were won at Benetton, Ferrari and lastly Brawn. Disrespecting him only demonstrates your utter and complete ignorance of F1. Ross Brawn is a legend. Ask any driver, including Schumacher, and they will tell you the same.
Ross Brawn will have been consulted about hiring Hamilton and letting Schumi go, he is the team principal after all, BUT the actual decision was made by the Mercedes corporate board of directors.
You really have to try and think a little bit before you post such cretinous comments.

camps - Unregistered

September 29, 2012 8:32 PM

While we all hate too see MS go, we have to acknowledge and accept that what the human body can do at 27 it can't at 43 especially when driving and performing at speeds in excess of 200mph. MS has had his time but father time is upon him like it will all of us at some stage of our lives. Nobody knows that better than Ross Brawn or Schumacher himself. He is risking serious injury to himself and others. Athletes sometimes don't know when to call it a day because they believe they can still do it but the body says otherwise.


September 29, 2012 9:16 PM

wanadoit. well done. a post that has nothing to do with f1!
in case you hadnt noticed, merc signed a world champion three years ago. in fact, he was a 7 times wdc. that is seven times more successful than a 1 wdc. unfortunately it did them no good. what makes you think that lulu has somethng that schumi hasnt?

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